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Sardinia remains one of Europe’s least explored culinary destinations. But in mainland Italy at least, the island’s food is famed for its freshness and simplicity, and for its focus on the finest ingredients, which are either grown on the island or fished from the turquoise waters that surround it. Expect fruits and vegetables that burst with the taste of the Mediterranean sun; shellfish so fresh it shimmers; an endless variety of deliciously nutty and smoky cheeses; cured meats flavoured with fennel; and a selection of typical

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